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    Default ZBrush for Surreal and Visionary Artist

    I Did these Surreal (Dark Fantasy) Designs asymmetrically applying traditional clay techniques inside ZBrush, I hope after seeing this thread, Traditional Artists in the Realm of: Surreal, Fantasy, Dark Fantasy and Visionary arts will use ZBrush to help them bring their imagination into the table using ZBrush!









    Designed and Digitally Sculpted by: E H S A N B I G L O O

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    Great symbolic works. Perfect biological elements - admire.

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    Design surreal Digital Sculpts: Used Rake-tool completely instead of Smooth brush:








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    I really like your style so much! Like a graphic artist who draws in 3D.
    So lightweight and spherical, the purest poetry!
    That is so motivating for me!

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    That's pretty inspiring that you only used a few brushes, like the Rake Brush to simulate real clay and tools used. I've got to try a sculpt like this! Good work man!

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    Wow what are great thread. These are amazing and I love the challenge of not using the Smooth brush at all. I'm sure lots can be learned by taking more of the traditional approach in ZBrush. Really great stuff Ehsan.

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    Thanks Everyone...

    I made some mat-caps materials in ZBrush to mimic Patina-look Bronze. As I mentioned above I DID not use Smooth brush at all(RakeTool instead)...Currently I am gathering some W.I.P pics for you guys the way that I made this project! Applying Pure Traditional Sculpting Techniques to ZBrush...

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    Regarding the emails and messages:

    I received some messages asking what is the main inspirational elements for me? NATURE, Everything!
    How do I start? I draw everyday, I used to be oil painter and surreal pencil sketch artist then Trained Academically as a Designer, eventually ended up studying Anatomy a lot!

    I also added Break-Down for the Rake Brush inside ZBrush (very easy, don't forget to put it in ZSub and low intensity)---Study the forms! Used it Instead of Smooth Brush + hPolish Brush which can work as Brush and turpenoid.

    Raking seems to be very Haphazardly on my works But It is not!!! I follow the Musculature Lines of the model and try to give it a Flow at the same time being aware of the Forms, Gravity, Force, Balance and Action Lines, Just Like the way you Rake the real Clay ---Hope I answered those questions I received







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    beautiful, thanks for sharing

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    Very inspiring! Congrats on top row!

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    Default ZBrush for Surreal and Visionary Artist







    Designed and Digitally Sculpted by: E H S A N B I G L O O

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    Great work i love it dearly.

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    Cool Dadaist...

    ...indeed!
    Is beautiful that please without concept! ( Me and maybe also E Kant)
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